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    On a night out at a club how much would you spend?

    And what do you think about someone spending £1000 on one night out in a club?

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    who says i pay??????
    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    On a night out at a club how much would you spend?

    And what do you think about someone spending £1000 on one night out in a club?

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    I'll get the ball rolling at £30
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    I'll get the ball rolling at £30
    £10 - 100
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    On a night out at a club how much would you spend?

    And what do you think about someone spending £1000 on one night out in a club?

    Why wasn't I tagged
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    £10 - 100
    Where's the big talk now?

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    Why wasn't I tagged
    Cause you weren't making ridiculous claims
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    0 Clubs are horrible.
    Spending 1000 would be stupidly crazy
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    Cause you weren't making ridiculous claims
    And I was??????
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    £1 uber
    £5 ticket
    £8 pre drinks
    £5 drinks
    £5 food

    £24 :cool:
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    Depends if I've had a messy one, which is rare.
    At least £30, if one factors in £5, travel there and back, pre-drinks if that's happening, then at least 4-5 drinks minimum.
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    (Original post by EC)
    And I was??????
    You said you would spend £1000 in a group to be fair but even that's still excessive
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    Why should i spend it?
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    Lol AndrewSCO I agree, £1000 is too much
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    (Original post by Google22)
    Lol AndrewSCO I agree, £1000 is too much


    I like how everyone changes their tune now but a minute ago it was "£1000 isn't even a lot for a night out"
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    (Original post by difeo)
    £1 uber

    £5 ticket
    £8 pre drinks
    £5 drinks
    £5 food

    £24 :cool:
    I assume the uber is shared cost, and minimum spend is £5 without even factoring in distance...
    £8 pre drinks, again depends if you're drinking tins or wine, as opposed to finishing a third or half a bottle of spirit
    £5 drink - notice the singular
    £5 food - yeah not bad.
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    Pence.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    About 3000.

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    Pence.
    Not £3.50?
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    I'd say on average about £10 a night £5 to get in and one drink inside the club someone usually offers to buy me drink whenever I go out anyway.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Not £3.50?
    If only I could get a pizza on the way home for £3.50 :coma:
 
 
 

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